Failure to migrate : lack of tree range expansion in response to climate change

@inproceedings{ZHU2012FailureTM,
  title={Failure to migrate : lack of tree range expansion in response to climate change},
  author={KA I ZHU and CHR I STOPHER W. WOODALL and James S. Clark},
  year={2012}
}
Tree species are expected to track warming climate by shifting their ranges to higher latitudes or elevations, but current evidence of latitudinal range shifts for suites of species is largely indirect. In response to global warming, offspring of trees are predicted to have ranges extend beyond adults at leading edges and the opposite relationship at trailing edges. Large-scale forest inventory data provide an opportunity to compare present latitudes of seedlings and adult trees at their range… CONTINUE READING
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